Spring is here, and so are some possible road closures for marathons.
The first Toronto Sushi Festival has joined the food scene to honour the classic Japanese delicacy.
Japanese chefs across the GTA prepared many variations of classic sushi with an alternate ethnic twist, like kimchi sushi.
The event was moved from Roy Thompson Hall to the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre to accommodate the large number of people attending. Organizers hope it will become an annual event.
The Toronto Sushi Festival runs March 6 to 7, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
More than 14 million overnight visitors have come into Toronto in 2014, setting new records for the tourism industry, Tourism Toronto said Thursday.
Many of the visitors are a result of people wanting to experience Toronto and it’s a growth that has been happening for some time, said Andrew Weir, the executive vice-president of Toronto Tourism. Continue reading
The bells are ringing, the snow is falling and it’s getting cold out there. At this time of year, many people look for specialty coffee shops to stay warm. Some coffee shops offer holiday drinks, like Tim Hortons and Starbucks. These two coffee shops are constantly competing with each other. In this map, it can be discovered how close each shop is to compete for a demographic that loves coffee. All of these can be found in the Toronto area. Continue reading